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Pooltrack Curve

We believe that in rehabilitation, you should be able to offer a wide range of exercise options to the patient. We also believe that exercising in the water should be fun! Introducing our new, Self-propelled underwater treadmill. A great item for circuit training, or even for aerobic group programs.

Our unique free running roller system ensures a minimum amount of resistance in the movement of the legs, the running speed being determined by the person training on the treadmill. The treadmill can be placed in any position in the pool and can easily be moved in-and out of the pool when needed for circuit training or group sessions. The self-propelled underwater treadmill is entirely built up out of pool water resistant plastic as well as stainless steel 316. It comes with a frontal stainless steel handlebar which is height adjustable.

Exercising in water increases the efficiency of the heart and because of the heat conductivity, the body is easily cooled while the connective tissue becomes more flexible. Water is a safe and low impact exercise environment. The Pooltrack® Curve is an excellent tool for rehabilitation as well as combating obesity.

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Waller (2017) Effects of high intensity resistance aquatic training on body composition and walking speed in women with mild knee osteoarthritis: a 4-month RCT with 12-month follow-upTaylor (2003) The ventilated patient undergoing hydrotherapy – a case studyATACP (2012) Aquatic Therapy for clients with a tracheostomyWegner (2017) Hydrotherapy for a long term ventilated patient – A case study and implications for practiceMorer (2020) Evaluation of the Feasibility of a Two-Week Course of Aquatic Therapy and Thalassotherapy in a Mild Post-Stroke PopulationCuesta-Vargas (2020) Identification of Tools for the Functional and Subjective Assessment of Patients in an Aquatic Environment A Systematic ReviewYoshihara (2020) Pool walking may improve renal function by suppressing the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system in healthy pregnant womenGraca (2020) Immediate Effects of Aquatic Therapy on Balance in Older Adults with Upper Limb Dysfunction: An Exploratory StudyChien (2020) Land versus water HIIE (HIIT) effects on muscle oxygenation and physiological parameter responses in postmenopausal women (Scientific Reports by Nature)Hamacher (2018) Thinking While Moving or Moving While Thinking – Concepts of Motor-Cognitive Training for Cognitive Performance EnhancementLim (2014) The Influence of Short-term Aquatic Training on Obstacle Crossing in Gait by the ElderlyBarbosa (2014) Effect of Watsu therapy on psychological aspects and quality of life of patients with temporomandibular disorderPérez-de la Cruz (2020) Comparison of Aquatic Therapy vs. Dry Land Therapy to Improve Mobility of Chronic Stroke PatientsAssis (2006), A randomised controlled trial of deep water running clinical effectiveness of aquatic excercise to treat fibromyalgia

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